ICampus is Strayer University's student information system. It serves as the portal for students to access all of their educational resources. According to InterConnect, the company that created the software, iCampus functions as a central point for students, teachers and administrators to communicate and manage all relevant information.
ICampus consists of various modules that facilitate educational and administrative tasks. Through the iCampus student portal, Strayer University students can access their course materials, grades and tuition accounts. Faculty members have access to modules designed to enhance student communication, grading and curriculum management. Administrators have their own modules to facilitate budgeting, marketing, enrollment, staffing and management functions.
Strayer University designed its flexible education model to appeal to military, international and working students. It employs a blended-learning instructional model that combines on-campus class time with online instruction. The school enrolls students from more than 100 countries and every branch of the U.S. military, as of April 2015.
There are more than 75 Strayer University locations across the eastern and southeastern United States. On each campus, students can access student support services and interact with faculty members in-person during daytime, evening or weekend classes. Strayer University's online instruction is accessible 24 hours a day. It features live instructional sessions, teacher-to-student chat and self-paced studying.